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    If you're an employer and have issues with this, then you do not hire these folks to begin with or you find another way to terminate them - not like that doesn't already happen now. In many states, an employee can be terminated "for cause", and that is fairly easy to do
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    I seem to remember a case several years ago were a store in Texas that specialized in custom fitting of woman bras. This store hire only women to assist in the fitting of the bras because obviously the fitting required for the woman to be topless. A man applied for the job and was denied for what the store believe is was a reasonable reason. The man sue, and guess what? He won, the store was ordered to hire the guy. The store was a chain, so the owner of the chain closed ALL their stores in Texas, the judge decision provoke the fire of a bunch if people over this issue.
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    It'll be time "once again" for the men and women "who stare at goats", and the "one wize Lateeeno woooman", to put on their mental-funk and stare, stare deep and hard, for days on end, into the "fabric of the Constitution" (like they did last time) until they find the "site" where the "right" to be sexually weird was truly enumerated and stated by our Founding Fathers (just like last time). Indeed. Yep. That's right!
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    well.....i think the funeral home may lose this one........

    not so much an argument about the he/she side of things......but more about on the level playing field line of thinking.

    what if the religious beliefs are no services or employment for non believers? What if the owner has a specific problem with Lutherans on religious grounds? Or a problem with the Jewish Faith?

    what if his religion has a belief that women should not be in charge or a position of authority?......don't laugh at that one as it was just a few decades back i recall sermons about never allowing a woman preacher, never allow a woman in a supervisory role, and the woman should walk two steps behind the man........the tune has changed since then.
    IMO private property, and first amendment rights come before touchy feel rights that IMO don't exist. A business should have the right to set their parameters as they wish.

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    To tell you the truth, I’ve always felt....wrong. Now I know. I’m a lesbian trapped in a man’s body.
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    A cowboy walks into a bar. Pretty young lady spots him and asks if he's a real cowboy. He says"Yes ma'am, that's what I am" so she's all over that- loves cowboys. He gets away from her to meet another pretty young lady that asks the same thing and he says again that he's a real cowboy. Well, this girl tells him that she's a lesbian. He asks her what that is so she patiently explains in detail of her love for other women and how she enjoys being physically close with beautiful young women and all that goes along with the whole thing. That poor cowboy's head is spinning by the time he gets away from her to order another drink. Yep, another pretty young lass approaches and asks if he's a real cowboy. He slowly shook his head and said"No ma'am, I think I'm a lesbian."

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    Two Irishmen "walk" out of a bar ..........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevejet View Post
    Two Irishmen "walk" out of a bar ..........
    That can't happen; it's a physical impossibility.......
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    Quote from OP: "Mr. Rost is a devout Christian and ran his funeral homes in accordance with his religious beliefs. Rost does not believe that a person can change his sex, surgeries notwithstanding. The district court found that Rost could fire Stephens under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act."

    lets not forget the famous hobbylobby case for ACA under use of religion as business. theirfore are exempt from civilrights requirements. religious rights trump civil rights.

    This is comming from a person that prefers civil rights as higher right in order to be able to partisipate in society. .

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    Quote Originally Posted by friendof2nd View Post
    I seem to remember a case several years ago were a store in Texas that specialized in custom fitting of woman bras. This store hire only women to assist in the fitting of the bras because obviously the fitting required for the woman to be topless. A man applied for the job and was denied for what the store believe is was a reasonable reason. The man sue, and guess what? He won, the store was ordered to hire the guy. The store was a chain, so the owner of the chain closed ALL their stores in Texas, the judge decision provoke the fire of a bunch if people over this issue.


    HUH that is a fundamental alteration of the nature of the business because it distresses the customer who would otherwise not use their services.. In cases like these the fundamental alteration always trumps civil rights. So says the Americans with disability act. The reason I use the ADA as reference is because the people protected by this law are the most shunned and weak in our society who rarely ever have their own voice to be heard by the many.

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